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Sega Saturn FRAM Installation Guide

Why Install FRAM into Your Sega Saturn? The Sega Saturn was the first video game console to start the trend of onboard storage solutions for game save files. While the PlayStation heavily relied on Memory cards, the Saturn had everything you needed to save files internally right out of the box with the option of expanding

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How To Upgrade Your OSSC

How to Mod Your OSSC In this guide, I will show you how to mod your OSSC to allow additional options and improvements. This guide is intended for OSSC version 1.7 and earlier. The newer OSSC revisions (1.8) do not need the mod as the board revision already has the improvements baked in. The mod along

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Upgrade Your Steam Deck SSD Without Losing Data

Steam Deck SSD Backup and Restore Guide In this guide, I will show you how to upgrade your Steam Deck’s internal storage without losing any data. This method will also work if you want to take your data from a regular Steam Deck to one of the OLED models. This is also a great option if

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House Flipper 2 Review

House Flipper 2 Review House Flipper 2 starts with our character returning to their family home. They are left in charge of renovating the house and to do this they must raise some funds by taking on various odd jobs to get enough cash to start flipping properties. A pretty straightforward story, but a functional one.

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GameCube Modding Guide

GameCube Modding Guide In this GameCube modding guide, I will show you how to softmod your GameCube to play game backups and load homebrew. Why Mod Your GameCube? With a modded GameCube you can run games from different regions, back up your games and run them from SD card, force your GameCube to output certain resolutions

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Raiden III x Mikado Maniax Review

Raiden III x Mikado Maniax Review Raiden III x Mikado Maniax is a vertical shoot-em-up created by Shmup Legends MOSS and given the ‘Mikado’ treatment much like Raiden IV did a few years ago including new music etc and some modern quality-of-life improvements. The core game is still exactly the same as the original Raiden III

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